How To Manage Mouse Scrolling Speed In Firefox
Mouse scrolling option is already implemented in almost every computer to make navigation easier and faster. When you scroll upward or downward in open webpage, it is mouse scrolling feature that helps you save on time by easily moving upward and downward.
As you have noticed that you can scroll two or three lines in one scroll. It means when you start scrolling it takes time to get downward directly. It is default setting in the system that manages mouse scrolling speed. However if you are using Firefox browser then you can alter settings and control scrolling speed according to your preference.
Here is the tutorial to adjust mouse scrolling in Firefox browser. You need to modify settings manually from configuration menu.
- Launch Firefox browser.
- Type “about: config” in address bar and hit Enter button to move further.
- It will open a warning tab with message “Changing these settings can be harmful……” You just click on “I’ll be careful, I promise! Button to continue this process.
- Now type out the phrase, “mousewheel.withnokey” in first shown box.
- Apply right click of your mouse on “mousewheel.withnokey.sysnumlines”. Then you can choose Toggle option. The default settings will be changed from true to false once you select toggle option.
- In this tab click on “mousewheel.withnokey.numlines”. Then you can choose Modify option. Now you can type any value according to your required number.
Now at last you have adjusted scrolling speed according to your requirement. By following these steps you can change mouse scrolling whenever you want.